Forget about the security systems of the past
Reliable. Convenient. Ajax
Ajax Smart Alarm Systems is reliable, and lightning fast. It reacts to real dangers only, not to false alarms. If anything happens, Ajax will notify you in a heartbeat and help prevent massive troubles.
Built from scratch by combining previously non-existent technology with functional design, while using the best components available. This uncompromising approach made it possible to create a user-friendly security system that has proved its reliability to top professionals.
What can I make my Ajax system do?
Ajax can be easily expanded with entry, fire and flood detectors, as well as relays for managing electrical appliances remotely. You can purchase and add additional devices to the system individually.
Do Ajax devices really work that far away from the hub?
We’ve tested the maximum distance between the hub and detectors in open space, and it really does reach 2,000 meters. The Ajax Alarm System is a truly fully wireless security system.
Your experience may vary, since walls, ceilings and other barriers will shorten that distance.
How often do device batteries need to be changed?
Ajax devices are powered by batteries, not from the network, which is how wired systems work. With that in mind, we developed a special energy-efficient radio protocol that keeps them protecting your home or office for as long as possible— up to 7 years.
How will I know if a device battery is dying?
Once the battery reaches a critical level, Ajax will send you a notification. If you’re curious, you can always double check battery levels at any time in the device settings.
How do I monitor the Ajax security system?
The easiest way to monitor is to use the Ajax Security System application for iOS and Android. The app will let you arm/disarm the system and keep tabs on your devices (including information on signal status, battery level and temperature). The system can also be controlled with Ajax SpaceControl and/or KeyPad.
Will my cat or robot vacuum set off an alarm?
Ajax devices use a digital algorithm to detect human movement. As long as your pets are smaller than 50 centimeters (19.5 inches) and 20 kilograms (44 lbs), they shouldn’t set off your Ajax detectors.
How does Ajax let me know about an emergency?
Ajax sends alerts using push notifications, SMS messages or calls to the system owner. You can choose your notification preferences in the mobile app.
How does Ajax send alerts so quickly?
The hub constantly monitors the detectors, and they regularly report back to the hub. If a detector is triggered, it immediately transmits that information. The hub then sends an alert to the system owner’s smartphone and/or to a central monitoring station. All of this happens in just milliseconds.
What happens if the internet goes out?
In offline mode, Ajax operates the same way other professional security systems do: detectors monitor the situation and send information to the hub. If there’s any danger, the system sirens will let you know.
If there’s a blackout, will I be left unprotected?
No. Ajax will continue guarding your home, even during blackouts. All of the detectors operate on battery power, and there’s a backup battery installed in the hub. It provides up to 16 hours of reliable operation. Once your home regains power, the hub will automatically recharge the backup battery.
Can Ajax be hacked?
Ajax has a closed ecosystem. They have eliminated breaches and failures by replacing standard algorithms and solutions with own inventions. They develop software by themselves and have created Jeweller radio communication technology featuring multi-level protection from scratch. The OS Malevich real-time operating system is immune to viruses, and our their own IoT protocol eliminates the feasibility of the equipment being used within botnet networks. To prevent effectively any future attacks, they regularly conduct penetration tests involving external auditors.
Can Ajax be jammed?
Unlike most wireless and wired security systems, Ajax uses dual communication channels to send alerts— cellular communication and broadband internet. When there’s a problem with one of the channels, Ajax automatically switches to the other. If an attacker jams the GSM signal, the system sends an alarm using Ethernet or Wi-Fi.
Can the radio signal between the hub and devices be jammed?
Not without being noticed. The hub controls all system detectors. The moment it fails to receive a signal from at least one of them, an alarm is sent to inform users about the communication loss. Additionally, the hub reports on high noise levels on the radio channel, which may point to deliberate jamming attempts or other powerful interference. For example, a neighbor’s faulty radio receiver.
Ready to Order?
We offer the Ajax Smart Alarm System at a fixed price. You essentially purchase the Hub (Brains) – then simply add on the components you require such as PIR Sensors, Door Contacts, Key Fobs, Sirens etc.